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generalize

verb assume, conclude, deal in generaliiies, discuss in the abstract, draw inferences, generatim, hypothesize, ignore distinctions, loqui, make a generalizaaion, suppose, surmise, theorize, universalize, universe
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In this section, we first generalize the notion of the generalized (ph, , p, th, m)-invexities, and then recall some important auxiliary results for the problem (P) on hand.
You may not need to take it to that extreme, but if you want your dog to perform his behaviors as well in public as he does in the privacy of your own home, you will need to help him learn how to generalize.
Survey methodology, intended to generalize, can not feasibly assess products, at the level of real user product interaction.
This suggests an alternative criterion by which to judge changes in student performance--namely, that achievement gains on test items that measure particular skills or understandings may be meaningful even if the student's overall test score does not fully generalize to other exams.
In this paper, we generalize some of the results in [6] which carry over when nilpotent groups are replaced by solvable groups.
One activity that enables the students to generalize about curriculum beyond the K-12 environment is developing a curriculum that is common to us all--a Master of Arts curriculum in educational leadership.
Even if the outcomes of the treatment and control groups differ significantly, we cannot be sure that the results will generalize to other locations and to other grades.
According to this view, therefore, contingencies arranged for some subclasses may generalize to all of the others.
Also, we generalize the relative results of generalized m-power matrices to the ones of generalized m-power transformations.